Lifeware Enlists Remote Control Help from RTI
RTI remote control and touchpanel controllers can be used to command automation and entertainment within the Lifeware system.
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RTI’s T2-C remote control
March 31, 2008 by Arlen Schweiger

Exceptional Innovation’s Lifeware system of home control is all about incorporating strong brands and connecting the homeowner to their A/V, lighting, security, thermostat automation solutions and more. Lifeware’s latest partnership will help give the user greater control over all of those activities.

Lifeware announced it has teamed with Remote Technologies Incorporated (RTI) to give several RTI remote control devices the ability to serve as the user interface for its entertainment and automation.

RTI controllers now compatible with Lifeware include the T2-C remote, the RK3 in-wall LCD touchpanel, the T4 wireless touchpanel and the T3-V handheld touchscreen.

The RTI devices afford the homeowner greater reach of the Windows Media Center PC-based Lifeware systems, and will contain the full Lifeware graphics library, IR and serial commands. The RTI controllers will also allow for preset Lifeware automation scenes to be triggered by a single press of a button.

Plus, as with the usual RTI suspects, the controllers add sleek-looking form factor to the functionality.

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Arlen Schweiger - Contributor, Electronic House Magazine
Arlen writes about home technology installations and product news and reviews for and Electronic House magazine.

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